Installing Tidal on windows 10 - "File Contains Corrupted Data"


I'm using Chocolatey on Win10. I got everything installed up to the last part, Tidal Cycles itself. When I paste in the last line that's given:

`C:\temp>choco install TidalCycles.1.4.3.nupkg --force

I get I this:

The use of .nupkg or .nuspec in for package name or source is known to cause issues. Please use the package id from the nuspec `<id />` with `-s .` (for local folder where nupkg is found).
Chocolatey v0.10.15
Installing the following packages:
By installing you accept licenses for the packages.

Chocolatey installed 0/0 packages.
See the log for details (C:\ProgramData\chocolatey\logs\chocolatey.log).
File contains corrupted data.

Has anyone ever encountered this? I've seen mention of other versions floating around, could that be it?

Hi @eliza,

I've just had a look and it was a problem with the installation instructions - the file had moved.

Try grabbing it like this:

curl -o TidalCycles.1.4.3.nupkg

then running this again:

choco install TidalCycles.1.4.3.nupkg --force

Hope that goes OK! I need to find time to improve this process..

It worked! Thank you :slight_smile: